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jvlag3 07-17-2012 07:36 PM

replacement motor
 
Good evening,

my Trane Xb1000 (TTB0301LOAO) started making a racket, looks like the bearing in starting to go in the motor. I have been searching for a replacement motor and can't find one

GE 5KCP39FG S692S
1/4 HP
200-230 V
1.3A
1100 RPM

9217820224484
24X327082

Thanks for any help

ben's plumbing 07-17-2012 07:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jvlag3 (Post 968217)
Good evening,

my Trane Xb1000 (TTB0301LOAO) started making a racket, looks like the bearing in starting to go in the motor. I have been searching for a replacement motor and can't find one

GE 5KCP39FG S692S
1/4 HP
200-230 V
1.3A
1100 RPM

9217820224484
24X327082

Thanks for any help

check www.grainger.com they should have a match for that unit...or johnstone supply....:yes:

jvlag3 07-17-2012 09:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ben's plumbing (Post 968225)
check www.grainger.com they should have a match for that unit...or johnstone supply....:yes:


thanks tried both with no luck ..I can find the 5KCP39FG... but the S692S seems to be a problem.

allthumbsdiy 07-17-2012 11:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jvlag3 (Post 968319)
thanks tried both with no luck ..I can find the 5KCP39FG... but the S692S seems to be a problem.

I know we want to save money whenever possible, but something like a blower motor, I suggest contacting your local HVAC repair place and ask for a suitable replacement part (just call several places to get the best price).

I know when I replaced the motor on my Trane XL 80, I paid roughly $30 more than what I could have purchased online but much like you, I had a difficult time finding the right part and the salesperson was very knowledgeable and helpful.

jvlag3 07-18-2012 06:59 AM

I've called 4 local repair shops and not one was willing to help cross the number, intact they said the would have call Trane to find a substitute number...and these were the Trane authorized shops...I do agree that this isn't the time to get cheap, but it shouldn't be this hard to find a replacement motor...its not like I have a one-off model.

biggles 07-18-2012 07:36 AM

call your local Grainger they will cross reference an exact repalement check the rotation CW/CCW?? on that tag if not reversable... http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg...rue&sst=subset

scottmcd9999 07-18-2012 08:34 AM

That's one of the small-framed motors, I believe, and you'd have to go to a Trane supply house to get one (if they'll sell to you) or go through Grainger (although I don't find one on Grainger that matches up too well).

Best way to match one up is to remove the motor (be VERY careful to turn off the power, and be VERY careful when removing the blade) and take it with you.

Or call your local Trane dealer and buy one through them. Be aware, however, that doing that will negate any warranty on the motor - once you buy it, it's yours.

allthumbsdiy 07-18-2012 09:07 AM

I called my HVAC maintenance company on an unrelated topic and mentioned your spec and he said he needed the exact model number (and that the motor designation should start with MOT.

No guarantees, but can you give me your exact setup like brand model number of your condenser, air handler, furnace, etc.?

jvlag3 07-18-2012 10:31 AM

On the outside tag:

Trane XB1000
Model TTB030C100A0
Serial M2131FLBF

On the motor tag:

CPND150830p01
5KCP39FG S692S
1/4 HP
1100 RPM
1.30 Amp
200-230V 60Hz PH1
CAP 5.00/370


971782024484
1125
24X327082

scottmcd9999 07-18-2012 11:43 AM

The "MOT" number is the Trane part number for that motor. It should be on the label of the motor somewhere, assuming it's the original in there.

All you need is the model/serial of the condenser - there is no need to provide furnace and coil info for a condenser fan motor.

jvlag3 07-18-2012 11:53 AM

I provided everything that was on the label and have no "MOT "number on the label...the unit has never been serviced other than a sticky relay.

scottmcd9999 07-18-2012 12:02 PM

According to my Trane Parts and Supplies portal that's a MOT07608, which is listed as a 1/4 hp 1133 motor, 208/230 on a 48 frame. Your RPMs are different, but it could be that the one listed on the portal is the current replacement motor Trane is speccing for that unit.

jvlag3 07-18-2012 04:08 PM

thank you ...


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